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e-Book Collateral Damage (Stone Barrington) download

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by Tony Roberts,Stuart Woods

ISBN: 1611761409
ISBN13: 978-1611761405
Language: English
Publisher: Penguin Audio; Unabridged edition (January 8, 2013)
Category: Action and Adventure
Subategory: Literature

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Rating: 4.7
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Stuart Woods is the author of more than sixty novels, including the New York Times bestselling Stone Barrington series

Stuart Woods is the author of more than sixty novels, including the New York Times bestselling Stone Barrington series. He is a native of Georgia and began his writing career in the advertising industry. Chiefs, his debut in 1981, won the Edgar Award.

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Written by Stuart Woods, Audiobook narrated by Tony Roberts. Stone Barrington, Book 25. By: Stuart Woods. Narrated by: Tony Roberts. Series: Stone Barrington, Book 25. Length: 7 hrs and 19 mins. Categories: Mysteries & Thrillers, Modern Detective.

Stone Barrington is a former NYPD police detective who was forced out of police work for disagreeing with his superiors

The complete series list for - Stone Barrington Stuart Woods. Legal Thriller, LT. 2013-01, Jan-2013. Stone Barrington is a former NYPD police detective who was forced out of police work for disagreeing with his superiors. Stone also has a law degree from NYU and takes cases from a prestigious law firm which the firm does not wish to be publicly associated with. The series features the larger-than-life playboy Stone and a cast of entertaining characters.

By Stuart Woods Read by Tony Roberts. About Collateral Damage. Stone Barrington returns to the Big Apple in this New York Times bestselling thriller that blends exciting action, sophisticated gadgetry, and last-minute heroics (Publishers Weekly). By Stuart Woods Read by Tony Roberts. Part of A Stone Barrington Novel. Category: Suspense & Thriller Crime Mysteries.

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Stone Barrington returns in the thrilling new novel from the New York Times–bestselling author. After a productive trip to Bel-Air, Stone Barrington is back in Manhattan—and back in his element, ready to return to the world of deluxe fine dining and elegant high society that New York does best. But then an unexpected visit from his friend and periodic lover, CIA assistant director Holly Barker, draws Stone into a dangerous game of murder and vengeance, against an enemy with plans bigger than they could ever imagine. . . .
Comments:
Jay
The latest in the Stone Barrington series is good - not great - but this isn't a treatise on nuclear power either. It is an entertaining story meant to take you "away" for awhile to a different place with problems you won't ever, hopefully, encounter.

This time out Stone has a minor part in a group of characters that are trying to locate and kill a woman who is bombing buildings from London to New York. If there is a main character, it would be Holly. In fact, I often wondered why Stone was following Holly around as he had little to do with the story line.

More fascinating than the good guys was the way this woman bomber could get out of places she had bombed with no one the wiser. She had an amazing talent and her "friends" had even more amazing connections.

The story is a nice mix of the personal lives of the characters and thriller without too much of either. It is a story to pleasantly pass the time - good but not particularly memorable.

Hidden Winter
This series has its ups and downs and one gets the feeling Woods is under pressure to provide a certain number of books in a specified timeline. That would explain why he wastes the readers' time with tying up loose ends. This story is the long-winded ending of the previous novel. Collateral Damage indeed! That's what this book is: Necessary info to close out the story but not a story in and of itself. On the good side, I get the impression Woods isn't using ghostwriters yet like so many of his peers. As I stated in my last review of a Stone Barrington novel, it's time to pass the torch to the kids, namely Barrington and Baschetti's son's. I think the series will get new life--and attract a younger reader set--if the main protagonist is young and fresh. There's still room for the whole Woods gang (which now includes all the characters from all his series living in the Barrington series) but they should become secondary.

I'm not prepared to give up on Barrington's escapades but I find it ironic that since Elaine's death in the series, the characters seem to be following suit fictionally. In much the same way Woods is struggling to find a new restaurant home for Barrington and Baschetti, he seems to be struggling on where to take this series. He's also famous for not welcoming reader comments (look at the back page of every book). Hopefully, his editor does. This series could surpass his life but not with these characters. They will pass on with him. Maybe this is one writer who should consider collaboration. It worked for Ace Atkins and the Spencer series.

Yainai
I read this first as one of the first of this Barrington Series I had read. A lot of it did not make much sense at that time. I was unaware of the extensive background developed by the author. But this time it followed on directly from "Son of Stone," DC Dead" "Unnatural Acts," and "Severe Clear." which I had to re-read. It all makes sense and tells a good story. I think the publishers should put a sequence number in each title.

This story introduces, at least temporarily, a new love interest for Stone (as Holly becomes more remote with new CIA responsibilities) and firms up the start of Dino's second marriage. At the very end Stone finds some useful changes can be made to his living environment as he buys the house next door as a home for his secretary and his cook and hires a "butler" who doubles as a body guard. There is enough danger, sex and action to keep us entertained.

Dammy
Stuart Woods is always a good read. This book in particular was significantly more intense than the previous (in my opinion), not as predictable. Overall, I thought the book had a good plot and the characters surprised me (don't want to spoil anything). Collateral Damage was not as fast-paced as other SW books, it was rather more steady, but not too slow. I found the characters to be surprising (like I said), but also much much much more developed than prior books.

Ubrise
I read the Barrington series because I have read every book, but the series is not great, it isn't even good anymore. This book is 320 pages - barely a book.

These are one afternoon reads. Barrington and Holly Barker are still entangled in the 'almost detonation' of a nuclean device at the Arrington (previous book in the series). Most of the bad guys were killed but the sister of two of them is still alive, and bent on revenge.

Bombs start exploding in London ... the sister has decided to take her revenge on the intelligence services involved in the failed attack.

Holly Barker is tapped to find the young woman and stop the carnage.

Again - the book reads as if Woods is narrating what happened, I didn't feel as if the story was unfolding.

Not memorable but most long time readers of the series will spend an afternoon on the latest chapter.

Anasius
Same familiar characters (with a tip of the hat to some of his old ones that have been written out) keep the story fresh and interesting. The story line itself could have been taken from the current news and makes the book believable and topical. The writing style is delicious with an occasional hard edge that continues to remind you of how possible this scenario is. He tends to over-leverage the animosity between the different agencies, almost implying that only Stone is the only character with integrity and love of country and all the other paid gov't employees are really only interested in glory, at the expense of the nation (not hardly). However, it is easy to see how the information roadblocks can inhibit good detective work. Thank goodness we have Stone to cut through this systemic tarpit and save our country!

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